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Ageism with Lorrie Morales

  The entire world population is changing and Canada is no different.  Canada’s demographics have been shifting. In 2015, the first version of the National Seniors Strategy publication was launched to recognize Canada’s policy response to our national aging population. By the year 2035, seniors over 65 years of age will represent one in four […]

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Remembering the Fallen | Lorrie Morales

    When I was teaching Middle School years ago, I was always astonished at the solemness and quiet reflection of students as they sat in their seats during our assembly for Remembrance Day.  These normally robust, energetic and distracted teenagers were able to sit silently, watching and reflecting as images of Peace Keepers, World […]

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Laughter for the Winter Blues | Lorrie Morales

  One of my favorite cartoons is Maxine – an older, crusty woman with a sarcastic sense of humour.  One of her recent ones encapsulates this. She makes me smile.   In these days of change, never ending negative news and projections of sadness and despair in terms of economy, lives, jobs, emotions, social gatherings […]

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Health | A New Post by Lorrie Morales

  Did you know that the government of Canada has selected days, weeks and months that feature health awareness?  As an organization, you are also able to submit a health promotional event to Health Canada; however not all events are recognized.  Last month’s Awareness campaigns included Arthritis, Craniofacial, and Prostate Cancer to mention a few […]